Jelly Bean. Especially now that it has leaked in the wild for the Galaxy S 4 Google Play Edition smartphone. After all those rumors yesterday of updates not coming in a timely fashion, we now see the Play Edition phones possibly getting the latest and greatest from Google first. Imagine that.
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AT&T has announced a bit of good news for those who happen to be using a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet -- Jelly Bean has arrived. Specifically, AT&T has announced the Android 4.1 update is available and those with a tablet will be able to grab it as of today, June 27th. While that sounds good so far, there is one not so nice part of this news in how the update is coming.
GALAXY S 4 Google Edition was officially announced. Since that point we have also seen an announcement for the HTC One Google Edition as well as rumors dealing with others such as Motorola, Sony and OPPO.
Sony have been on a roll lately, and to many peoples surprise. After launching the Xperia Z Ultra this morning with a 6.3-inch display, and updating multiple smartphones this month to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, they are on quite the roll. Now we're hearing the aging Xperia Ion is also getting Jelly Bean, albeit an older flavor.
Sony Xperia Z flagship smartphone we have some excellent news. Last week we saw our first leak of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for the Z, after months of waiting for an update, then sadly the Xperia XL actually received the update first. However, today multiple reports are stating the Z is in fact seeing an OTA update as of this morning.
HP Slate 7, the company's first foray into the world of Android. If I still had my HP TouchPad running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean instead of the awful WebOS, I'd surely compare these two devices. Earlier this year at CES HP stunned the Android world by announcing their first Android-powered tablet, aimed for the Nexus 7, and we're going to give it a full rundown below. Can this compete with the Nexus 7 and other Android slates, or is another firesale coming soon? Read on to find out.
Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy S III had been delayed and while that hasn't changed, there has been a leak. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean (I9300XXUFME7) has leaked for the Galaxy S III. But with that, there is one warning you will likely want to know up front -- this is still considered to be in the testing stages.
AT&T has begun rolling out another Jelly Bean update and this time around the lucky users are the ones sporting a Pantech Flex. The update is bringing Android 4.1.2 and the carrier has the delivery coming over-the-air. We suspect those with a Flex will be anxious, however AT&T has said you will be alerted by way of a text message when the update is ready for your device.
Samsung previously announced the the Galaxy S4 Active, however that didn't stop them from showing the handset during the Premiere 2013 event which took place a bit earlier today. As a result of the Galaxy S4 Active being on display, we got to spend a bit of time checking it out in person. The Active is the dust and waterproof version of the Galaxy S4 and that was one of the highlights of the event.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini. As we're here in London having a look and touch with the whole new family of devices from Samsung, it seems only natural to get up close and personal with the smallest of the pack - all 4.3-inch display of it. This device won't wow the way the Galaxy S4 does, but it's certainly going to bring on the connectivity.